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Poster: TMcCoy1981 Date: Jun 29, 2008 4:41am
Forum: prelinger Subject: Drivers' Safety Films

Hi,

I'm in a bit of a situation. I was asked to step in for the classroom teacher for a summer drivers' ed course. They have another teacher who handles most of the actual classroom instruction, but they want me to supervise the showing of some films and field questions as they arise. The problem is that the schools film options are rather limited, but the district does have a number of them in storage which they are sending (albeit late). This complicates things since I won't have time to review them before I am due to show them to the students. I was wondering if anyone has seen any of the following, and if so, if they could mention something about them and any important scenes to look for. From what I've heard, some are intense, but since I've got a class full of jaded young adults (and the school literally insisted) I figured it might not be such a bad thing.

Paths of Thunder I/II
American Highways: Way of life Way of Death
Drive and Survive
Options to Live
Safe Driving for Everyone
Red Asphalt II
DUI can equal DOA
Call me Crash.
The Third Killer
Carrier or Killer.